Trim rules (removing whitespace from the start and end of the tag) are in the current beta, due to be released next week. Removing HTML encoding will probably have to follow in the release after that…
See the comments for a screenie of the trim rule.
The initial version of this will be in the next beta, next week. It will allow checking for duplicates within an album, but not removing files. Once removal is implemented I’ll mark this done, and from then it’s up to the users to guide this feature. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Da47U9eX0AAE6x_.jpg:large
2 votesAnonymous commented
What I also meant is to be able to set different cataloging rules towards these libraries.
Low q flac:
- album art 100x100
- Naming convention
HQ flac library:
- album art 500x500
- Naming convention different
- tagging - different
But just having different source and destination dirs for lq and hq would be enough.
Just to process all the files from these 2 directories without mixing them in the end.Anonymous commented
File extension is very vague category. As i have flac files which are 24/192hz and i do have ones which are 16/44.1. Some are stereo and some are 4.0 or even 5.1 channel.
Currently i keep my standard quality flac files in one directory, and in the second directory i hold my HQ/HD albums, 1 album may be 2.5gb in size.
I would like to keep these libraries separate. To not mix HQ with normal flacs.
I hope that makes sense.